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i Cbe American (L'ifncn. luliow eu I lull iii adversitA, tecaiiM thev . i .1 r i re ii still i pi. . be love jri il v anil osl miisril; li i 1 1-i '. . i . W E E K I . V II Y JOHN f. It MS WO U I'll. EDIToa AND PR9PRIET0B. bt'-iuu firm. Under tlii head, tbc Mobile Styi (( (.I.liii Purovlk. ctlitor,) lms the Following stiniiinr appeal, wbieh " ill inert many an eclio hi every honest beai t : "Tlie pfnHM4tion to Ike Son them people t.. give their testimony to ul;lls m;lv iu.t, i,,it v, e ft-ouhl ratlierl the MGflHance M I KUlioti oi petiaU with aaeli rebels as Hubert E. Ituleml ! public evil, in the iorm 1 ny, fhiffota as SfoneWrfTl .Tuck son, 111. in prosper illi sucii ro wards a lio'rei' A. Prvor and such acouu- will not trample upon the graves Of their dew heroes. spit, npon the j Coiisliiution. and enibreen Kitlieal j ism. are still to be dubhed traitors. ' Well, we know not nor care, not how care bow taany went out; and the fael is, iikiiiv are voluntarily expa triating t beai selves, to leave the beet country on earth to the negroes, w li eannol avail themselves of its blessings, or to1 the energetic Van i;ee, who will grow rich upon its i soil. Burning of ii UtB M . o the EI tt i 3 Stephens. THREK 01 AM) 31X1 A gi in the ras, mai rimmili ot going over iliagnoiis," to iitliirts it. is borne, loot, ami the i owe which one at many country people re. it v. I heat i es, ei reuses, ope- halls, drinking sal- probability grounded in attempting some such movement. Still, the n u in her of stumps of cy press there are in the lake ought to have afforded the passengers a hold, once they had reached them, until daybreak. The. lirst duto of the Cap n occupied with one I tain which doubtless, wasperfoitn j not ed was to Hi row overboard every halo, of hat that could be rescued UilLiiAL NtWS. T OF ONE HUNDEE1 U VKS LOST. .JANT N. S AIT U DAY, - - MISS. FEii. 27, 16S0. A Scrap of History. Resur recting the long buried contents of an old book case a few days since., among many ancient documents, hi- pronounce, it ami so dangerous to the that it cannot he tin branded or emphatically reprohat ed. It is, indeed, pi n ing directly ! into the hands of our enemies. Pre cisely what they ilenire, to coi tirm their power and perpetuate our noes, is not only that we shell bow to irre sislihle loiee, as we all do, but that we shall yield our free content ami food in the inttreit ot peop.e, , deeply IXTTEB KEW 0B.LEAH3, Ol oous all in full blast, cotton ;u ing. Western produce goin ' I. nag and short sweeleiiin soon lie tieyouil tne r.-ac;i folks. Thousands are here get not bins to do squalid nitets your eye amid the plenty. Yon hue onlv eiirefully the outspeaking of leading daily papers, to sou society here and all the great ane IP will poor die. and poverty snow of to note gal, literary and religious, (it was the , 'peace " avd on the prowl that the latter we were in quest of!) we came -great que:.'.:.. of liberty in settled ir axross a copy of l.ittel's Living Age ' reeoeahly utjainxt M. It amounts to Qf June, 18."0. In it we found many " endorsing'' all the bad past of Uiul iuterestiug articles for, with mat-1 icaKsm j It is to insult our dead and ters of history. &e., us .with space and to disgrace IIih very name of Ameii vision, " 'tis distance lends enchant- .can manhood w hich our heroes so meat to the view," and among them ' nobly illustrated. It is to cease to j to mid -winter. au . AvncC(iOte Ot ine rcuerai vou- rimjsgic no miv; iiiui. pKivw lM,c- mmj no- .? i.-......... ..... rentioli of 177." At the time oi'its i session of man LIBERTY and to lie tal day of Washington, ami in t li do w a in boneless abandonment of a .days of other ears was hallowed to our that inte rests ot l !ns great city arc resting on a crater. ."Etna like, it w ill aj -heave in time, and the very founda tions will be overt muni, 'fheie is more depravity in high places here, than was ever dreamed of by our relation by the writdr it was twenty Mtc years old, and now it i nearly : treasure as essential to human hap ! fifty ; and it is well nigh eighty five 1 piness as tin: vital air we breathe is years since the event recorded oe- ' to the lungs, it is to sink into Slav-1 currod. Being an important part of ! pry without a further effort and all the history of the formation of our ". irhat ! For no discernible (rood government, it was of absorbing in- to Ike people, and for nothing except j tcrest to us, and we concluded it , that certain impatient and ambitious j might be uo Irs so to many of our i leaders tuny be restored to power rentiers; kcenc we publish it on the and place. first pa go of today's paper. The j So far as the people are concerned, part taken by the great and venera- ! I he bargain is entirely onesided ble Dr. Feankli.n in calming the 1 No consideration is named, no price troubled waters, and healing what 'offered for the surrender. They are seemed to. be an almost irreeoncila- j invited to part with liberty and sar nie diversity of opinion aud his , render all their hopes of the In lure Vipeeeh on fbe oecambii is particu i for absolutely notning. That clear larly ititeriisting. i sighted and noble Virginian, BK3TBT It w ill be seen by this little scrap A. Wise, forcibly states the ques oCliistoi'y thM in the very beginning tiou in words that ought to be en whilst th Convention was endeav- graved on every Southei n heart He oring to frame-n Constitution that is speaking ot the so called "Con should give greattT stability and se servalive" movement in Virginia curity to the fftllAMient, four of the and i has some show of redeeming nwltrl State 0me very near fi us-iclenieilta of which the Alabama trating the great work and knocking " third party movement," is atterly the wbote thing into a "cockexl h. :t," ittstltKte. And now read how thi and -wonkl have done so had not Roman of the Old Dominion answers their demands been acceded to. ' the proposition to betray his mother Who. then, will say they were not ami sui l ender her children to hope notcrei Mates? and that they did , less dishonor and. bondage." not. by subscribing to the Constitn- : Vni bono, then ? I tell von plainly S'i:v- Oklears, F. b. 23, '00. Friend uMtt" Whew! how cold it is, away down lice towards the tropics! You must have a snow Storm in progress up m tne iiei-n borhood iff Canton. X-wonder thai the people from your counlry uiei going to Honduras. I would i.' be surprise. 1 if the next cable dispatch brought us the news that our friends ; aicay down there arc having a lively time .Minting. What is the matter Irjieiuls in the eouutrv. A friend re with the weather? Yesterday w as ! ,(,d (o lm. yesttM.biv tli.it "ew BttWlnCT da;., uixomforlably warm; 0l.ualls 011;,Ut , be jjfafc lo day we are translated backward fnM,,r . ,i, chnr-b in "iIip stT.nil. .' So, indeed, it ought, but. now it is tfie great " head cen're " of devilment. Yv'ell, Ilos.. I'il stop. Mv away Irom home tne idMluiien are in bi'il. Yoirnnd I ought to be, I reckon, for it is full ! oVloek, V. M., and your readers may have need of a good supply ot yeast, powu-rs to need a wholesome batch from this. X. X. X. During the past two days the pub lid mind has In 1 of those Wholesale calamities w hich have eceuiT-d by the hundred on Western waters in the last liftyyears, which has wrapped in flames magni tTicent HlMliug tialacen as if by stage ! iiiae.hinerv. and whieh has sent boats fnke the fruited State, the Magnolia. 2ui.il, i in, and iniiuiuei able others which no n-collee.iion can remember, to swift, and speedy destruction. It was on the 5th of the I'.rosent month that the Mitiie. Stephen!, who'c loss we are row called upon to record", left this port. Sh'e liad then been live or stx yearsin service, having been brought here in ISii.'i, and tint upon the coast trade, with A.C. Gotldhi. of the Wild Wagoner, lis her eonmiander. A year or so alter sho was transferred to Red lin er was valued at about $18,000, ; and insured for IIOGO Her master and part owner was Capt. Kellogg, j f rtnerly of the ill-fated Om. Her pilot was JVto Sntherland, (who Ex-Governor II S. Foote pub lishesa card in the Nashville papers, saying that, although among the number recently relieved by Con. gross of political disabilities, he had made any such application di rectly or indirectly. He supposed some friend i i Congress, who knew Cassell & Baughn, WHOLESALE AND E1TAJ from the QameS, every door sbnttcr his w ishes, had felt authorized to act ! and life preserver, and to inform, at on his behalf. tne same nine, me passengers v.uat; thev had to do to save, life. Sup posing such precautions to have been taken, and that a bale, of hay ought to support lour or live men; that oeo from the surrounding country, soon atttracted by the flames to tlieii situation, and rendered help, it is not easy to understand how so many vie tims met a watery grave. What sip pcars singular, toe, is that some of the passengers on board, who are known like the lirst. or Mr. W. A Broad well, (one of the largest cotton buyers of this eity, to have been men of experience, should have ai.-o perished by the accident. The fact ; that the passengers were asleep and 1 1 hat some of them perished in the I dames, accounts tor some of the ambers, but bv no means all. First .Mortgage bonds of the Mis sissippi Central Uailroad were, selli ig ill New York on the 1-tth inst., at : irom ().- to 70; second Mortgage bonds at 52 to 54. Memphis & Charleston, first Mortgage P0 to 01, second Mortgage 75 to 77. Mobile! & Ohio sterling 03 to GIU. do. eigths , 51 to 52, Th-New York Time thinks the. il be reduced H',000 (O and thus save eight or ! DRUGGISTS sli on w as on tne (ii(ic at tue receuv ei- -"" , u3n.o uiuuu, plosion, and the only pilot saved, Mil tie- Ktiphcns had at the lime ot the and w ho had previously run upon : accident more than a hundred souls another unfortunate boat.) Another j on board, In the passengers and pilot was Win. Suain. The. acting crew, and ot that number only forty Bt clerk was Mr. Georire Iteemer, three were saved. The remaining vhn iv: lost, noil w ho had for the i si vfv thi ee perished hv di owning, or, trip taken the place of Cad. Hay ihe proper .derk. the other clerKs a in 15,000 men, ten million The incidental expenses of the . United Slates House of Representa tives has increased from il!l8,000 in ISCo, to 685,281 in IStiS. Xearly iipiadinpled in five years, and in a House, too, where the people are only partially represented ! ! The excitement about the. White . Fine mines is increasing. Forty- four companies to mine there have been incorporated wilh nominal i canitals a wnliiu m 000.1100. L --P.0--O- - n r- l , A vouth of twenty summers, at . A.5D Booksellers; the American people almost as a Sabbath, not mole sacred to the Northern than the Soathern people. But with both alike, iniw, it is al most forgotten. There was a sort of si kfy cflort at mililary display, by " our soldiers " stationed licrc, yes terday. The stars and stripes were unfurled fiom the different bead quarters, and a lew popin jays, w il b epaulettes, sashes and swords, ifharg ed around, a gaUg of Africans ai.da lew idle boys to'towiug in the wake. That very respectable association, the "Turners," paraded in full, no: so much in honor of the day, as a part of the cei uiouy of inaugurating the splendid new ball with which their liberality has adorned the ("res cent Cily. To morrow, at 5 P. M., a vessel sails from tiiis port to Belize, Hon duras and an.ong the passengers registered for the trip I rcoc.gui.o some old friends from Madison, en route to the Canaan of the Soiuh. My old friend, Rev. L fearce, who:.: you kllOW very well, has been a pow erfui lever ill behalf of this Hondt. 'ras emigration enter pits. I had a I gicat many are going thither because HifSSiEi?' ,o .11 uujica. pitorsEinNKS i-i-:n. 18 not's; tion then framed, assist iu form in." 'tha. If, as yon say, ine Alexanili la t the eood accounts " lio. I'earee the Fodcral Government 1 Yet, some of the "latter dav Sainta" in the 'constitution or the " Ulacu Crook constitution are to le the alter natives i t ill v fate. I will take nei present Rndicnl Congress -such NfUfter. As Mr B. W. Leigh once Sumner nnd Schenck, Boutwcll and' under the signature of Algernon Sid BiliL'liura have the effronterv to tell 1 '"v, said respecting mucli less sign I - us tho General Government made lieant alternal ives : "II I take fiiln r. inav coroner's iuuuest brill T j mpb wninn vi uemiizaHoai ttirougii Miy noiiy nnd onry no in inan n-n-, ., s .i "l.iMle Kbody,' ntiout as larire as tne Bignwsy i n ci.ncr is nirccii I hicirls. tliat would, in the cm gives of the country. 1 have thought that the money required to defray the expenses of emigration, and te support properly any ordinary I March We will test thee sizeil family iu Honduras for one i his ride to pass that or i.ir. would hi n nrcitv fair start TnieasniW oine bus Mr. Bout well said be desired to make n statement to the House. Tho attrition of the iJotise being secured, ha Vent on to say : "It wa- my :uqv::;,'. until very reiie nt'y. to report; trotn the ReOn st rue tion Gomntittee a bill for the (-tabli slnr.ent oi a Provisional Gov ernment for the State of MiStfesfppi. A fu r a flu and free conferrncc with gCntleffieh on the other side, especial ly with the gentleman from Wiscon sin. (Mr. Eidridge.) and having been by them ns;:?'l vevy (rsfltly nat i! was their purpase to resist the pafc-s age of fhi bill by such pariiiaOMtrry ; mentis as tip y can command. 1 teel obliged to abandon the proposition of it M Hiislimei There is other public I business of great iniportaiiec. As I have reason to expect Ihat the bill ' vronhl be ve: ai d. and M i! would be V useless to pass it unl-ss passed by both houies belwecii this and Satur ilay night. 1 feci constrained by a 1 sense of public ditty to abandon the ; measure for the time, with the assur ance of our friends on tho other side mat, immediatelv Utter tne t!i oi pacify of a .similar taken the place of Cad. proper .tlerlt. The other wife's were Messrs. llentliorn and Uline, I and who are now known to nave j beer, saved. the Ship. At Ihe time the accident occurred the Mittic Stephens was on her way to Jefferson, Texas, with a large con signment ot 1 1 over n me lit stores on board, some $30,000 in specie, per hap some money iii greenbacks for paying off two or three, regiments on the frontier, and (I large aotonnt of hay. The hay was placed, as is fre qnently dii!:e, four tiers deep upon the boiler deck. The. danger from the accidental ignition of I his mass of iiiiiammable material was not un known lo the passeng-rs, out ap pears to have occasioned no protest iitf;f Stephen till more miserably, in the general j lolcliestei, Illinois, succeeded, a tew holocaust of the vessel; and the j days since, after many difficulties, corpses ot these, as those who travel Jin uniting himself to the object ofi ed upon inanv other well-known ! n is aneclions, a widow aiiont torty ALSO DEALERS tr 'c steamers, are doubtless at this ineiit, beneath the sluggish and len waters of the hike. mo- iyeaisold, with several incumbrances. ' sul- i Out nt m 1St7 S! ; veyed on Massachusetts railroads iu ; lt8, seveuty-tive lost their lives. Daring the, same period one hundred an 1 fifty-five railroad employees were killed THE Fl'.VKKtt CKKKMO.MES OF IiGX IVALKEK BltOt) HE. The funeral ceremonies of the la mented Hon. Walker Br oke, whoso sudden death has created profound and wide-spread sensation, were eele- : orated in icksbtvrg on the 21 ; (Sabbath day.) The honors paid to his memory were as sincere aud sol I emit as the loss occasioned by his! The Springfield Republican says; death, is universal. The b n has lost ." Murders are coming thicker and The Sejma Times has an ncconnt of ia railroad hawk. It. attends the trains running oat, ot SoWial for the ' purpose of catching tho birds flushed by tlic locomctive. an ornament, and soei most nsjtnl ntemlieri Mr. Brooke w as born ty one of its I faster here in hiwabiding New Kng i land ; there is no need of going to the in Virginia, I Sontn to find uirocities." Where's Brow ii low's uielish. hood, and the hononible traits which ; hi m at ouce to tile piominent place which- 'he occupied in ihe estimation of the ' public He had tilled several places of distinction; among them, the i office of United States Senator. At ; the time of his death ha was active-! : ly engaged in his profession. He j was about fifty-seven years of age,! and his line mental ami phvsie.il na- i the ravages of time. Though an unoompromis-1 ' ing champion of whatsoever faith he I espoused, and sometimes bister to , wards his adversaries in the held ol while the struggle lasted, lie was a genial com panion, and carried a warm and gen erous heart in his nianlv bosom. PAINTS, PERFUMERY, WINDOW GLASS, GARDEN SEED, a Mississippi Police District, aid "I"'" nM' 1 m luH to umme ' 1,1,1 M , , TP , will be bh ined bv mvselt ai d la i Delaware, not much bwger. dictated Mn ,., V(,,, jf , ,ak, ,,v their own terms, and were aduuucl, wi,(, , v consent, or for and in j npon them, into the Congress of the 'consideration of a price. I would United States, the ofiual of Ihe mam-' as soon barter honor or chastity for moth Stale! of New York and I'enn- lrlf- D Virginia is to be forced 4,1,..,, , , ,i i.i she will be pilied ; but it sle con hania.andareln eipialslo.'.a.-. srilt!;. (r B,'is ,.,. im,U)1, M, Yes, the States are tbterrigu, and will never he taken that she wai have the Cocstitnlional right to i 1 violatei As an evidence ot the shameless in the Philadelphia Vreni one of John W. Forney's papers: age their internal affairs in their own ; way. Cotlfiress has no risrht. nndrr iht (Jonttitntim framed in 1 797. to ncss of Itailicalism we have only to intei rare with the rpiestion of suffrage refer to the following extract, which iti the States, or to make or alter the wo fintl constitutions ol independent Com maiiweaiths. But we did not design dkserta- n reffecBb ..obi-such - .i , . . C onledciates as linger A. I nor, - Won upon this subp-t. but merely to 0fU., Ums,tTvet ilm y. W. , direct attctition to the historical an have borne theni-elves since they ccdote upon our lirst page. ' w r made I he objects of the gene in . 'losity of their conquerors, I do not i ... . , noiuu i n in anv one w ho apt) ics loi nth L w r,t. rorre-tmuil. i,t nf tl.i. i ' 1 VOltion lliii.k) (but (Ifn. A . It. Weil -,.id kt "j'Kl L ni f,ir our nm fla.rnn. 1 llgllili!; but duubtj wbi ilirr he rould take iion-cliid oth. Wf qtihe tfrH WUb die Ctiirion't corrnpondtot. We do nut know a nnin in lUlpet bo would ;rrf Ibe t'hnir of Smn- wiib more Imc fllfnllj of "Imrncter thin die gentlemen be bai ...inert Mil ebllilj, eiperieme ,,ud prove as remunerative as the pros licet augurs in Honduras. But I am neither a prophet nor descended from one, and, therefore, can not foresee the luUi're. My lies: wishes litem! friends who hae gone away from us. Upon this Subject of em ignition it would be well for us to consider. Take a careful survey of all that is invoiced in it. What i. to be gained by it 'f What is to be'Ttorr 1 Mr. Indridge said the genilwmin 1 from Massachusetts had. stated it was ins purpose to resisi mi ipij.vi;i ! of the bill to wHieh he refers, lerrito- I riidizing Mississippi. '-He has stated ! with entire frankness what 1 said, i that we intend to resist it to the ut- : i. u;.;t of out-abilities. We believe we have always believed that Ihe State of Mississippi is a Si;;te in thi.; rpion, entitled to nil the rights ami "privileges of overv other State, ami 1 she has been so ever since the war against the rebellion was successful, and we shall now . and at ail times, resist any effort to turn into u terri- n v State of the I'iiion." lost by tiic move ? Is the soil richer J -o- than the alluvial lands of Missis..!;, ' Tho Case cf raissicsippi. I pi and Louisiana"? O:, taken gene-! For several month:-'. Congress has I rally, is it moi e fei'iih: than theave beea. a loss to delt ruiine w hat to i ,....., !..,.a . ..i- .1.. o. ...i .. ti. . do with Missist-ippi. The Slate has Is ihe liin.itc more salubrious and healthful ''. Is society better" Is ! amnesty in ihe son it of .Indue ( Iross land will be equally tenacious of his honor. We owe much to our Union friends Ii i Ihe Snflth 1 had almost said cv j erytliing ; but even ill tin ir intercs! it is the wisest ntatcsinaiiship to 'show every disposition to forgive living cheaper? Are the burdens of government ligh.cr? Lpon all thesj points, to say the Iras, there is a diversity of scntiincnt - and it is an experiment with every one who goi s hence lo that country. 1 saw my o'.d friend Ib-v. 11. Conehmd In re some weeks ago, bound for Honduras. Today I met another Hi B. their enemies, whenever that cm be i tiperlenc nnd Istes-riif njul-l 'done wit boat imnerHlinc ciiaianicil lit him far Jkf gtaiHoi in ihe Bin of ine-(rights. WOf or of the Stetr )T,,r Valt-j E-,j!r There is no better way to build up We fully aeree r.ith Ihe Clarimiml Uepnbliean party in the Seivb, fllel weweiiiMi il ii ii i ..,., I-...... .... th. mm r,ui)ii- w.s io 's entire id ncss for the in l.v mining to Its members Irom the best material of the native white liormhition. I believe there an Gen. WjtS'T is thousands of these men li-adv le, fltte 1 by tint tire j habits and edneii-'llhiii (hat IMirty if the opiioi tiinitv is ...1 L-i ' .. I nre.nleil , .1 ..-,1 v i ..,,.r.,.J I ...... I,. 1 S Hue lkmi io iiinu.i inui or anv oilier sla- ' ' r- i- - " tion mUB Ibegift of the ,,t,pl,.of t;,i1'l''',",,,',1'"Z';'"","" V"' '"V-'' ... . 1 1 tlisfi a nchlsing ally class forever. We MlSHisn,pp,;but we , and all ,.U:d l.ol do it if we would. Yc MlasisBippiMa ought to know, thr.t onghi not if we coal. I. (icn. Wl:sr could not, if he would, i Ihen, whenever a Southern wd would not, it heo9W, mibscrioe man eines forward in the spirit ol to tio. ,. .ii ,,r it,. , , Jhdge Crosslainl and Geiieml L ing o the oath ol July IhbJ. known a, t ,., in , p...,, yuf. "the inm-elud." which is now being ' an 1 when his friends see that he 'is exacted from all civil bfficerN iu this wcfcoin -d back to Ihe old lirc-ide by Stale; nor do we hciievc he would !''"' I'cpabliean-, they will not only take the miideroath rcoiiiicd bv ti e '"'ow im examp e. hut Hie Kepnlili been a most, serious elephant. We hardly CNpccf any aclioa lobe taken dining tfe present ad.ministratioii. it mailers littlo what may be done, provided our people will preserve in tact their inanliood and honor, and be unalitrnied al the threats, and an iiiliiieneed by the bril-es, of the par tv in power. Mississippi would not be Mich an elephant, ii' her poeplo had not remained so liraily united, and so consistent iy and persistently refused to give their voluntary citn sciit to any law, plan or self ine which tended to their laimiiiat ion, degradation and injuiy. Let the un broken lioul sliil be presented, am! Congressicnal legislalion will never humiliate them, and can never cause them more than temporary conve liience and injury. On Ihe k3iu iut , Mr. Boutwell, troni the lieconstruciio i Coiiiinittce, presented a bill, which wiil, mos! likely, be UJietl eventually, as the rec inst! lid ion, lis provi unjust, unholy and priserip live, for they ilace the Slate in the power of tin' coiieeni w hich SObniit- I ted the intainnus dociimenl that was defeated -o ovei w hcl miiigly last idiiiic-. Yel coiiMsleucy, dignity, and ; pal ieuee en I in- pal t of Mississippians will bring all things lo a Bhcoessful ending, Holly Spring Reporter, Oi, UlnniCilM tli bad ' reached 'shrevepo, fc, (the last ; but ,to .Mississippi in early urn. ,.,.;..t .... 1..,1 l?;,-..f ,,,,i-i,v.,Kl.. nn-ttitr to the raft thirl v miles above',) anil ditftoliAed him, elevated had now turned aside into the net woik oi" Iiayoiis, lakes and logoons which connect Hhreveport and Jeffer son City. It is to this latter point and the last one attainable by boa 1 8 from this cily that Ihe Mittie. Stephens was milking when the accident oc curred. At tl.'ii- tlinii dm l,il it mn il v toiii ...L., t,'., i.if 'ti.. ,t't.,,,,. i,ti;,. I tare was unimpaired by Shreveport and Jefferson that is, had now left the choked up current cf Bed Biver altogether, anil sailed tlirnntrli ll..S,,lo T.:i!.. into T.-.ll.o f 'iA . do. The latter body of water lies i forensic or partfzan stri partly in Louisiana (the extreme northwest portion!,) and partly iii Texas, and is fourteen miles long Mid seven wide. On Thursday night, supper had j About "Tnoso Chaps." been served at an carry hour on the j It w ill be seen from the followin unfortunate boat, and the passen-A ..these chaps," SS the Chicag ., , ... . Tribune calls tho cariiet. bn perti. - is but ele en cars ami IHtcupvmg iiiemseives iu tne man- i -----------, n r usual to those who have been have managed to misrepresent the se ve al J tiia on hoard of a boat, had South in Congress. We copy from retired. As early as!) o'clock the j the Banner of the Soulh : ,:tl!W I'O llimiltl III "!(!.' illl'i III " iiiih ten caisagoni auiicipaLion i of a rise in prices. Judicial salaries are increased : bv j Massachusetts, $,000, total 17,000; by Pennsylvania, $.00, total $t,000 ; and by Illinois, (indirectly ,) $1,0011, toial y',t;oo. Shor.l.l the bill now before. Con- cress necoRie ii law- Uoniinotlor jWinslow aud the crew of the Kear- York. and W. P. ICelloo-,, ot . . 'sargtiwill receive ,l!lO,(Mi) lor the nnd the so-called RehresTnhil ivs :.'. capture of tne Alabama. .1. H. Sypher, of Pennsylvania, and J. P. Newsharo, of Illinois. ALABAMA. The so called Senators from Ala bama arc Willard Warner, of Ohio, and Ceo. ii Silencer, of New York: 10 they were deserted. With Ihe ex ception of, perhaps, here and there, a party at poker, and by IU o'clock, or midnight, as the boat was still forty miles irom Jefferson, ami wilh no prospect of reaching there before daylight, there, was scarcely any cue st m ini; beyond the regularly ap pointed watch. The boat was, it is now supposed, sailing, all hough the w ater was ten feet deep in various parts of the Lake, through the main channel; thai is, through what, in dry weather and w hen the Lake is to a large ex tent dried up, constitutes a bayou The fact that a large cumber of cy press tree stumps just out of Ihe water and render the navigation otherwise extremely dangerous, sup ports this supposition. What con iirms the belief that the main cban nel was taken is. that, boats iu high water push straight throngli it with but little trouble to the pilots. Tit C AT.AjAM OF VIliE. Chicago has 563 miles of sidewalks. 209 mi'ip of water pipes and 107 j miles ol" sewers. During the year there have lucn built or ordered, 22 i miles of wooden block pavement, 72 j miles of sidewalks, 7 miles of sewers I and 30 miles of water pipes Indiana is claimed as the second I greatest corn growing Slate in the j Union. In 181.2 she produced 80,333,- 000 bushels, 10.975,000 bushels in ex j cess of 1SG7. ThO Parisians are cuitival ing a ! loudness for bear stake, which is : likely to become a highly recherche dish in the L'leuch capital. Tho i bears are to be imported from Russia. i A Belgium special commission has 1 reported on the subject of employing 'women in the mines. They think they should not be so employed! 1 there is a very young negro mother in Pulaski, Tennessee. She lit mon l lis o il. Both she and her baby are in perfect health. A td.xsi.chui in Troy was recently buried in a coffin which he hail AKKAJiSAS. Tho so-called Senators from feansas are Alexander McDonald and Benjamin F. Bice the former Irom Pennsylvania and the latter irom N'ew York. The so-called Bepre sentativo is L. U. Boots, from Illi nois. LtirtSIANA. 1 lie so-eaded Senators from Louis- iana are John S. Harris, of New 9m dec, Ar CANTON, M i s e ' JinaatJ SO. 1863 tf LOGAN & CO., Have rrmovad lhir HEW ADGT10H HOUSE, lo (lie hcuae rtcenlly oecopitj by Mr. J. B. Sttcmnt. FOUTII SIDE COCET (.tnfo! Iflisa. 'GOODS OF .ALL KINDS SOLD and I he so called Representative's are K. W. Keilogg. of .Massachusetts. C VV. Buckley, of New York, and B. u . .Morris, of Maine. I'l.OIilDA. The so called Senators from Plori da are A S. Welch, of M'ch gan, and Thomas Y Osborn, of New Jcr- It was precisely at. this hour of sey midnight, when t lis hassnsrers and tive crew were, bin ied in sluinber, that . I'enusj lvania. and the so-called Represcnta is Charles M. Uamiltou. of cans ol the Sou ill wdl gain strength 'by the (itlel'lty wilh which ho oh i serves Ins promise. Was there ever a moie disgraceful - " ,...,....i; .1.:.. :.. . .,, I Jfl,IIOIIllll I . , "I ,1111 l till-. HI ability and great aeccptabiih v and : ,; r ,,. it i .... n...... Lliion man. and i i. i i i . l-iii i ioi, i.i iii ii .i i.i iii i.;,i , ii.ic ic- iumui nijiu it up.wheii we were lully in mo ngni ho sympaHHwd ,-pl , witu lite nontliern cause, and nrnvwl its success. Wm ,,,,,; i.i;'..,. 1 for the fake of oliiee, be would take any of their oatlm. (,-,,, y. i Al!!! i iiiiu mi 1 f, 1 1 fvxo 1 . 1.. : j , I " '' ..".I. .I... ii, , i.-npot-.i ami ,,,w rourtcciith Ajueaduient Hou. A. M. Wj-.sr was QoaMeaniMter Iii ni r al of the Htat of MfaMimipj)i during the war a station he filled with though originally ith to the, t! for iff h tht n responsibl chooses to others b posit ion. i ,id wben In rusiun w-.-t. Hum can cet will i Kcleral oaths. Wiu Uo tuuo l. toUbewlrk he can Miateie the ofde. "' ' "' lMliippi will. Hie rjlMM HNMIqrM Unmuvt less i' v iii' iie-ni, an on, will be Yst war, I. VV. ltd against is not now Kadimil p.uiy. The rebel who is ton true and noble lo bttray himself ami hi: friends who Rllfferetl iii the '-L ist Cause," is lo be pursued and himleil iilll the epo-.lale. w ho tin lis ul pol pl' i' livi! I. . iili i ... ;'. him, lirst, last, and ali tu,. ti,m-. f Tun tUflXTTBVH Sentinel. trr a short suspension, we M, is, always welcome paper mi on, table May it be well supporle.i in lie Iii latnti Coiumiiiis oughi certainly to have sold liis Itueh upon hi tWtlC, is lo be g a i I i otdi il 1 t " I cbels '' and i . and ual Itmn lot , r l be iii tii-iii tl.ej patty . but are HI as ii i. els " and 1 a i they cling" to Hi I ic mi niciple of ', ire. I '-ti u at tin ncn.-.v ot the aba or an I )'. . i . ion . ijects ol I be geniM ipleroi s, I. can - preacher from Madison, Rev Voting, who, to my surprise, told me that he w.iul.l be oil tomorrow iVcll, it. has b.c.i cliaract'jristic ol Methodist preachers to Uc close on the track of the " lirst settler." In deed it is almost impossible to get away from iheji, and it may be that i'rtu ideUCU is opening t lie w ay lor ol these s)d.;tcrinciur men to t basis of literate more effco'liallv lor the good sionsart uise in which they have hitherto' perilled everything. But they can c ttainly have no bettor ground io hope lor suiiiiort iu their ministerial vocation in Honduras thai lu re, in their own land. And as I am will ing about preachers, it occurs to me thai liter is tho widtst li.ld for i fiie Orphans' H mc .opr.::.! j missionary efforl now, in the South,' Hfafetinic ??terdt". Unit pas ever been opened to tins great enterprise. However men inaj be incbiii'd to ignore the I. id, it j never was more in porta, tl at any : e. :,. a... i.:. .i.:.. ' t ite tjraiiu uougc in ns recent an country that the colored potmlattori j nuat communication, passed resd shoiibl be thnronehlv c'.n isl ianize.l lions recouimcndiiig the Ornh n Coveriiiiicnt, so j f the ehnrches and the mini, try ol bd against the I the Soulh do nut hoed ihe voice of the turns mi (bis subject. Northern fanaticism will take possession bow pletely of the negro soul, mind and bod ' . Well, I have said a good deal more rration ami preachers ihau ilid iiim,'i." road, nle to no- at to ii; fill A A. . V.. Ot MflM s 1 M , tc lit I ! Ii i. ml - iu misfor i eelell tritll a Will l.l I ! So it sei ins i hat i aitoi ." arc pall iots r coimi ry , . Radical about ni; 1 intend, to write A. I.. 61',7. A. 11. D,,; KmHWIc l-i.l Oll'y of kjusb Wl:ie-. i i lnjAjrnril r 'i'he CrilHil Lbilge at its rei iliniie, at Lianlterdnle Springs, to Ire ' lively sympathy of our Older, and diteelcd that ail ibaial ions of money and supplies should be sent lo me. t, urge ion, brethren, to contribute ' to I his great dial Ity i on can. Send mom . Express, lo Slnnpi dak ' & Ohio Railroad and i at Liihderdalc Station. th u 1 111 V ill; ine di teui N. i itdo na well us Canton, and snrtDOrt cause papers hatidsicn ll.ldlc.li ;.d 11,, .in f Ihe Ml III.' R lo be leg; HUM S " Ml ..iilililli.il lalitj ami fa lay ami .It solder. ' 111. III. I III j ol I heif b.l ,olb. res iihd i; ii I., i ii.nd s j i i ; : b and just b y say of 111,1 " imniigriiti courage pet t i.v. Last member pn th an ti wee 'I' coo I hey I heir and w ho di pine and pi ol anv su'-b 1 1, in ed the laoveln crowd his col. want QMiy ill hi re. H ii It it iileaio nlae toil a " rah uposed a u joint on im migi at ion." i ed member in osi ti it. d ear ttesi ly a . He said he p 1". 1 'j ', tion d lo en is coiiii l.ice.l " lauding A very - in I.i - UIIISI .ml will will icce While to in. s'ali'ig Wbai eo lll.lt il le; s. rtirongti oi I be icrally a. i me, b s., Mnbih lies to mi Ihe saint Otlolstott the cry of lire was heard on tin doomed boat the most startling anil terrible that can be raised upon any kind of vessel cut oil from COtilinuiti cat ion w ith the shore. The fact thai any alarm at all was given meant certain death to a large number. The situation was such as almost to pnc'ui'.e escape, from Ihe inflamma ble character ot the cargo, and the fact Ihat no other boat was iu sight What added slid a t In iii agonizing feature to the calamity, was Ihe sud denness of ihe vision of death which the unhappy ( avengers, awakened a they were from deep sleep, were called upon to confront. Once Ihe alarm had been sounded, and ouce ihe wretched inmates had realized that a certain and violent death was yawning before twootit of every three upon hoard, Ihe scene 1 hat followed mil I have been hide i uis and appalling in the last degree. The details thai have reached ns of I he act ual scene al e meagre, but it needs bu: little iinagi' ation to sap pose Ihat :;o time was lost in dress ling that women and children were running in every direction like spec lies, vainly appealing for a help which would never come. Ann1 her leal urn which attended the death ot these otifoTtnnate vie 1 litis was Ihe slow in SS of Ihe death I he agonizing SOSpettse which they i I,, calied upon lo undergo. In ordinary accidents on boots for in stance, iu explosions, lie sudden am! iinexp tedliess of the calamity divests u of one element of horror. Til H II A N.N IOI l a 1 1 ir e rv. llll Ol ' II . a. ." ed on lln No ami per mils I here masons, Ihey in i me, and desired. y fiatprn eve. w hcl . be abb . I w ill give ill ,1 M; invite . assil i respond ' lllfol II ; riiistGirr, uis of Mi, .in.! inn MpIT lltll rlmt ii h with it ion le pi i nil i rod el ll ' lo III In't . 1. 1 lacs I i l an' , t lie nil 1 1 It'll,. n Pol I l ii. ol I be I; . bill . id ( pi;,j,,, w as commit ttsl I" jail, Tliursdajr on Ihe .f in a i tier, t Supposing thai, the passenger cs j escapes once the danger is over : In n- is l hen but In i Ic els,, to fear ; or i ii . 1 1 1 1 ;i i i I w In a a boat catches on j lire it is perhaps iu the daytime, and. if at night, Ihe narrow ness tf I lie sin am rt c.di-rs it, easy to swim or run i lie iio.it ashore In tie' present c.tse Ibe passenger ; who won unable or l.a 1 nol Co presence of mind to Mil- iheinselves J by lloal ing w ei e coinpelled to Star ileal ii Rieiinny in l lie lace, while Ibe vessel slow ly consumed, lo gradually retreat lo the I ear as I be Panics ad vai.e and finally hap to certain lie. Ill in o Ihe bine', Water-, below. tVhy ll w ill i be asked, ;i- nol ; lie I.o.il inn lo 1 lie sbole ! The ansa er to I Ins qnestion i - that I lie water of the lake outside ol the cban nel irleeady referred to was too slut'- ag3es4 Tin low lo admit ol close approach to the j iqbscriptio for i o-v awamin shore The boal in all 't. t blojii . GTSCTRGTA. The Senators from Georgia, Mes isieurs. Dill and .Miller, being (o the ! manor born, and no carpet-baggers, were prevented from taking the seals to which they were elected, audio which they are entitled. The carpet-bag Representatives are Jos. VV. Clift, of Massachusetts, and Chus. H. Prince, of Maine. SOUTH CABMAN A. One of the so-called Senators from South Carolina is F. A. Sawyer, of Massacl usetls ; nnd the so calied Representatives aie B. F. Whit te nt ore of Rhode Island NOUXH CAUdI.IXA. One of the so called Sen ttors from North Carolina is Joseph C. Abbott, of New Hampshire; and the so called Uiepresentatives ate .5. B. French, David Heaton (bid it carpet-baggers wheio from, not known) and .1. F. Dewt'es, a Soiitlieru i encgadc, Heie we behold Ihe wisdom and justice of Congressional reconstruc tion. Our people, had rather submit to endless taxation and be. deprived forever of representation, tha i to be cheated and outraged by foisting 1 upon them snc'i miserable shams. , it is adding insult io injury to call I Ihis iufainy a restoration of co-equal i Stales under Ihe Constitution. It is not reconstruct ion of the Union, bin jilestriiclion of Ihe iiglns and liber ' I ics of the States and i iconic of the South. - -- -Lettjr fiuui Geii. Early. (.en. Jubftl r.olv lino ii coBiDlimenl iu Cora Pearl has paid Ihe chemist who dyed her hair 81,000, thereby! securing an exclusive shade. The earnings of the Pennsylvania Railroad last vear were $17,233,497. 1 Expenses, Sli,St'-0,!83. j Lady Franklin now lives in Ma ! : del ra. Senator Gonness, of California, re- i ; tires Mar.-h lib. No less than seventeen St. Paul ; hotels have been destroyed by fire ! . situ e 1852. A bookmaker iu Buffalo is at work ! ; on a two hundred dollar pair of boots i 1 forCeneral Grant. Meridian has a tire engine at last, j The ladies at Hazlebarst have j 1 formed a Benevolent Association. I Trr Come nnd get Good at voi. n OVTIf Panola is going to organize a Me chanical Society. Kosciusko is improving very ran idly. All it needs is the "iron horse." ,1. M. Ellis, Marshal of Winona, i has resigned. j Land sells in Jefferson county at 'from ten to thirty dollars per acre, i There is a "St. Elmo" Hotel in 1 Okolonn. The Examinee tells of a luniiel mi lder the Toiabigiiee, near Aberdeen. A joint stock company intends to 'erect a mammoth hotel in Meridian. Tin; SaCiii day :'v-ung E'ost Enlarged and II c a u t i fi e d . DAYS OF SALE: Mondays and Saturdays. Pale Every Night. PRUEStXB LdCSArV Sl. CO. Jn. SS, TS-t( CROCERIES & SUPPLIES ATTENTION PLANTEE3 f I CANTON & ST. LOUIS i! I lies Bed. U and it ovt- I' hw jil-t c let t nml 1 ct nf thfl Liti beea rMtiiily ct.l..rcfd kly emMIihbH with V. rry VTet-k-iid (tc.iu'i -'. . me ii"t i Ll p tiik South, (k Sttvinnuh," hy (Ju-t .vi- Aim nrd;ital ' St, Gtorg mni Ike Itr.i-on.' a N ivt t of Stu-iPtv. iiy BMmImxIi Pr4cott, ine antlior of Hnw . w dmb Bad Her Wy," w Nt vv Novli u will c-iti miillj Rticccd pa"h it!i- . Ani"if: thine h1 dv "n b Hid, or in prm, tun " T Miptttrg of tk ?.. '' n powerfttl ntory bv Mrs. Hummel ;" itud " Vnt AJtift- or, 'J tie Tai ttf -'(. hy Mis itBMnOM M. h-ul.B. Tin- I'osr RUo uivr the Uenwof th:- Bwrlkfa l II A i-"iy o! Um i';t ;ir.tl brantirnl Pmnlani steel Kiiuuvni - 7 'Ac Sung nf II: at .Sa. ' eu-sCMVt-d rXpttty tt ..iir it n.1. r-. nt n co-t for the Mtrnivittfi ahton "i Marly f.tino-.wil! He tm (ijovt m) t. i vory ($! 30i nrtmrtber.attd t- tvetytwr Mm tendinis uu n iub! I'liu h a truly beam al MACFARtANE. St. Lout DAVID TQVTQV, tbc folli in-j tii bay nml ra i real jr. arbicb , f Pdihei . and I hi iboD ii me been deeply f lt. mi indue id ti the riufTn h ia ar1 weeAa, nnd t It is laaM(ffj f I !' ' ftp t ii , w bethel in sim j oil i bai i b Ml ItBOJAg oui I Dannm laaafrini any of our i i-o If tr. (Of ! lurk t til extra rdrl iMner are .( the narus.- M hk !- X-w aabacrl1 -baea their Mthacriidioaa 1,it d f Beiiterala! Iftth aatU Iha bunva ( th it il lie is ( im led. In Ih it i' eiaooit n en tu-i pinveiata "The Q iv hi rati nail "St Geerceand ihe lln ..li. A. MAL'FARLANK. wkouiNlrMUd in or. a of th first r onirniKsion liouim of St. Loui, ; ad DAVID FULTON, wha ivmpathiHi I wilh, and ia determined to aaaaal his friend a of Mwdison and buiroiindinir, rouniies, hiva ; united in busineiitH, under the atria of MACFARLANE & FULTON, Ami nmipTinc the new s tor, hooi on the I Tonta sole of uonrt riqimre, one floor iroraj ti e Sonlliern Express othce. ieirea - ject ia io anpntj theconntrv with Provisions. Oroceries, rill tie tl teen ptpeis in My aaaaherf lor 8tit in ul ! When net of ul) new idditi hi to ih ir irf.Tilv v;x PLANTATION SUPPLIES, JtenmUy, At Extreadf. Rtdmed Prices; . 1,1- ml nn i l Ik h-t Hw wi lls. thli lln N. At iii.' same time, Ihpy will ndrnnce tk it lerwt "f 'lip Plainer hi pnyinn; lihrral prtc fur h!1 ilrncriplions of cotNtKY FBOPrcx, COTTON, WOOL, HIDES, BEESWAX, Etc , Etc., Etc. June 6. 1863. lj-40 HIIMI UM 0 i '.' , u Vinir-1, Truly, A E ,-ilvr P., n ill i I 0-1 n ot III IIUIHV iil;. Mi-mi VIMHlljt ll,.' I.m .n inq nul mall an Jul ,ii mvml ej-Sju, Iana mi i . .mi pr.nn AadnsM II PCTKHSOX A- rtt 111 ITirnal st trt . p illadelpliia. FnrllllMI'Rl l ,.ll .ii.,.,,,,,. ,.,, .!i,.i,i. .. m b HinroRi Frn . M. 4 UK LEY, Hide and l eather IMerchant AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF SADDLERY. ' biiasy, rarriugr, w a?on & plow Unrnesi. , rl" "'ll -.'II PhJ.Hhv. elc.brlow all tiirmfr T pi len. anil py tlif veiy MuMat potslbl i " niir,s. uow p,iy for Piy. from 14 I . It.